Home / Research / by Art Crotty

Weak Electromagnetic Fields Attenuate Tremor in Multiple Sclerosis

This article reports on the cases of three multiple sclerosis patients suffering from a chronic progressive course of the disease who experienced a reduction in tremors following treatment with brief external applications of pulsed EMFs of 7.5-pT intensity.

R. Sandyk & L.C. Dann, “Weak Electromagnetic Fields Attenuate Tremor in Multiple Sclerosis,” International Journal of Neurosci, 79(3-4), December 1994, p. 199-212.

Share this story, choose your platform!

Have a Question?

The Association of PEMF Professionals connects practitioners all over the world to ensure those interested in PEMF can access a professional nearby.
Complete the form below and we will be in touch soon.
Contact Us

Become a Member


Gain access to all our research articles


Use our Member Discounts Program


Get AOPP Certified
You are enjoying 1 of 2 free previews